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    Year-End Activities

    MEHS Community Outreach Program (May 12th)
    Senior Walk  (May 23rd)
    8th Grade Graduation (May 26th)
    MEHS Graduation (May 27th)
    Kindergarten Graduation (May 27th)

    Congratulations to the MEHS Track Teams at the TRC Championships!

    The Girls placed 3rd overall bringing home titles in the following:

    Anika Paton in the shot put and discus

    Kennedee Elifritz in the 800m

    The Boys placed 2nd overall bringing home league titles in the 4x8, 4x2, and 4x4 relays, Jayden Hatcher in the 400m and Kaden Weldy in the 200m

    And congratulations to the Boys 4x200 relay team (Mitchel Kemp, Clark Bennett, Jayden Hatcher and Kaden Weldy) who set a NEW school record with a time of 1:31.84 

    There will be a brief meeting after school on Wednesday for anyone interested in joining cross country next fall.  Please meet Coach Russell in the Board Office gym.  Please bring something to write with. 

    Attention sophomores who are taking CC+ English as juniors. Caity from Clark State will be here to give the Accuplacer on Monday, May 23rd at 2:30 pm. You need to take it if you have not receive an A in any semester either last year or this year in English. See Mr. Rutledge with questions or to sign up.

    The Miami East Marching Band is inviting all interested students in Grades 8-12 (next year) to join Colorguard. The Guard is part of the Marching Band and performs at all Marching Band events.

    Clinics/Audition Sessions are on the following dates in the MEHS Band Room: TONIGHT, TOMORROW, May 23, and 24 from 6:30—8:00 PM. Please see Mr. Smith or stop by the office for more details.

    Congratulations to the Miami East High School Band for qualifying for State this year!

    Congratulations to Mr. Smith and the Concert Band for their State OMEA performance on

    Friday.  This marked the 9th consecutive year that the Miami East High School Concert Band

    has reached the State competition.  

    Congratulations to Mr. Lozano and the members of the Symphonic Choir for their State

    OMEA performance on Friday night.  They choir earned a SUPERIOR rating as they

    recorded straight ONES from all three judges.  This is the first MEHS senior class to only have ever earned Superior ratings from 6th grade to now.

    $2.60 each day X 5 days =$13.00
    Your family could save $13.00 each week by taking advantage of the free lunches every student at Miami East can receive.  Every student at Miami East is entitled to a free lunch, and does not have to complete any paperwork.

    The primary goal of the career connections program is to secure full-time employment for students that are graduating and planning on entering the workforce or those who are undecided about post-secondary education.

    C Just a reminder, this cannot be stressed enough.  Repeat after me...if anyone in your household is being tested...everyone needs to stay home until you receive the results.  If in doubt… please contact Dr. Rappold before sending your son/daughter to school.  It takes everyone’s teamwork to ensure everyone is safe.


    The Miami East School District will periodically utilize the One Call Now system to relay information to parents.  The alerts will be sent to your home phone number. 

    If you would like to switch your home phone number to a cell number instead…simply contact Dr. Rappold with that change at

    Even if you updated your phone number last year, please contact Dr. Rappold with any phone number you want listed other than your home number this year.  This update must be completed every year.  Simply contact Dr. Rappold with that change and the name of your son/daughter at



    If you are not receiving our E-Newsletter, you are missing out on up-to-date information in the District.  Sign-up for the bi-weekly newsletter by e-mailing Dr. Rappold your email address.


    Progress Book.  For the 2021-2022 school year the Miami East School District will once again utilize Progress Book to updates students and parents regarding grades. Progress Book is a district-wide, web-based solution for K-12 schools. Progress Book enables parents and students to see student progress and see grades online. It can be accessed 24/7 from any internet web-browser.  Please utilize Progress Book to stay updated on your son/daughter’s grades.



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